The Bureau of Justice Assistance supports programs and initiatives in various areas, including corrections, courts, drugs and substance use, forensic sciences, law enforcement, mental health, and tribal justice. View a list below or use the Search Filters feature to conduct a keyword search of programs.
This program supports state, local, and tribal efforts to plan, implement, and enhance the operations of adult treatment courts, including tribal healing to wellness courts.
Ashanti Alerts provide for rapid dissemination of information about adults who have been reported missing along with suspect information in cases of suspected abduction.
The purpose of the BJA Tribal Consultation with Tribal Leaders and Authorized Tribal Designees is to identify criminal justice policy issues and tribal priorities that support tribal justice strategies in order to achieve safer communities.
This program is for law enforcement agencies, including tribal law enforcement, seeking to pilot, establish, or enhance body-worn camera policy and implementation practices.
This program is a strategic approach to crime reduction that leverages community knowledge and expertise by focusing on community-led efforts, working with law enforcement and other local partners to support prevention and intervention efforts on neighborhoods where crime is concentrated or crime "hotspots."
This program supports projects designated for funding to improve the functioning of the criminal justice system, prevent or combat juvenile delinquency, and assist victims of crime (other than compensation).
Byrne SCIP provides funding for the creation and/or implementation of state crisis intervention court proceedings, extreme risk protection order programs, and related gun violence reduction programs/initiatives.
This initiative provides support to prosecutors, defense counsel, and the judiciary on implementing improvements throughout the field of capital case litigation, while supporting litigators with the tools and resources to mitigate risk for error.
CRPPE provides information on practitioner-researcher partnerships, performance measures, logic models, program evaluation, and more to devise solutions to improve the quality, quantity, and equity of criminal justice and public safety services.
This program supports law enforcement partnerships with mental health, substance use disorder, and community service agencies to improve responses to individuals in crisis who have behavioral health conditions or intellectual, developmental, or physical disabilities.
This initiative is designed to prevent and reduce violent crime in communities by supporting comprehensive, evidence-based violence intervention and prevention programs, including efforts to address gang and gun violence.
This initiative supports state, local, and federally recognized Indian tribal governments to establish and enhance community courts, which are neighborhood-focused court programs that combine the power of the community and the justice system to address local problems.
The Community Supervision Resource Center serves pretrial, probation, and parole supervision agencies and helps them to align their operations with best and evidence-based practices.
This program funds comprehensive, community-based approaches to addressing hate crimes in order to promote community awareness and preparedness, increase victim reporting, and improve responses to such crimes.
This program aims to reduce the impact of opioids, stimulants, and other substances on individuals and communities by supporting comprehensive, collaborative initiatives.
This program supports law enforcement and behavioral health cross-system collaboration to improve public health and safety responses to and outcomes for individuals with mental health disorders or co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders.
The Coronavirus Emergency Supplemental Funding (CESF) Program provided funding to assist eligible states, local units of government, and tribes in preventing, preparing for, and responding to the coronavirus.
COVID-19 Detection and Mitigation in Confinement Facilities Training and Technical Assistance Center
The COVID-19 Detection and Mitigation in Confinement Facilities Training and Technical Assistance Center assists state, local, and territorial health departments and corrections authorities in their COVID-19 response efforts.
The Death in Custody Reporting Act requires states to report information regarding the death of any person who is either detained, under arrest, in the process of being arrested, en route to be incarcerated, or incarcerated.
The Defense Procurement Fraud Debarment (DPFD) Clearinghouse is the single point of contact for contractors or subcontractors of the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) to promptly confirm whether potential employees have been convicted of fraud or any other felony arising out of a contract with DoD.